Endless Pools: The Week in Swimming 6/16/17

Three new swimming events approved by the IOC are earning praise for bringing long-overdue equality to Olympic swimming. (USA Today)

A new rule for the FINA World Cup seems specifically targeted at Hungary's "Iron Lady," Katinka Hosszu. (Swim Swam)

He's 33 and fell short at last year's Olympic trials, but Olympic swimmer Cullen Jones is now training with his sights on Tokyo 2020. (Swimming World)

When teaching swimming to kids who came to Vermont as refugees, language is only one of the obstacles. (VPR, with audio)

A six-year-old disabled Bosnian boy just won a regional swimming gold medal. (AP)

The Huawei Fit smart watch just expanded its capabilities for swim tracking, including recognizing which stroke you're doing. (Wearable)

Check out the striking pics of artist Gregg Emery's "pop-up pool" makeover on NYC's Roosevelt Island. (TimeOut)

Get a preview of this month's U.S. Nationals/World Championships Swimming Trials. (Swim Swam)

2 more to go in #barcelona (50fly and 100 free final) 💃🏼🇪🇸 #marenostrum2017 #spain

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Day 2 ➡️ 26 individual wins for #TeamUSA 🇺🇸 and a Pan American record for Robert Griswold! #ParaSwimming

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